Logan High football players suspended

Three Logan High School football players have been suspended from school for getting into other football players’ lockers and taking three phones and an iPod. They will also be suspended from their upcoming playoff game against Herriman Saturday. Logan City School District Superintendent Marshall Garrett says the students used a pass key to get into the lockers. He says investigations were conducted by both the school administration and police and the three admitted their involvement. According to a source close to the program, the three players involved are identified as Darian Daniels, Latu Pauni and Austin Rice. Daniels is a 6’3″, 234 lb senior who plays on the defensive line. Pauni is a 5’10”, 293 senior who plays on both the offensive and defensive lines. Rice is a 6’2″, 213 lb senior who plays on the defensive line. All three players are starters and play significant minutes for Logan High. Garrett says the disciplinary action, as determined by Logan High administration, “includes suspension from school, community service, suspension for the next game, and referral to the (Cache) County Attorney’s office.” “Utah High School Activities Association has been notified,” Garrett continued in a press release issued late Thursday afternoon. Daniels, 18, has been charged with a Class B misdemeanor for theft. The other players involved are juveniles and their charges, if any, have not been released. The Logan High Grizzlies have an undefeated record and are considered the top team in 4A.

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